kit consists of a large tackle box, multimeter, butt connectors, ring terminals, solder, soldering guns
, wire cutters, wire strippers, razer knife, heat shrink, silicon grease, Tef-Gel, heat gun, clamp ammeter, radio antenna
connectors of all sorts, electrical tape, small screwdrivers, alligator clips used for test leads, wire ties, wire clamps, small spools of wire, Sharpee, wire labels, fuses
, and a small stainless steel
wire brush. That's pretty much everything. It's an accumulation of many different types of electric
related things that I have needed from running many different types of boats professionally for almost 30 years.
All of the crimps and heatsink I use are Ancor brand found at West Marine. Nothing is from an auto parts
store. They don't sell tinned anything.
Stay away from the junk you find at Harbor Tools etc. You don't need broken or unusable tools away from the dock
Outside of the topic, but I carry a full on small tool chest and a pretty big selection of stainless steel
fasteners. I frequently find myself having to "McGyver" things out in the field.